This month's display in the gallery spans 150 years of our church's history. The Anniversary Committee has put in many hours to find the text, photographs and memorabilia that make up this display. It is not meant to be an exhaustive and detailed history of the church - how could it be? Rather, these are snapshots and samples of the church's life from 1870 to the present. There will even be space for you to add your own remembrances or pieces of forgotten history, as well as printed material for you to take home to read.
In addition to the gallery show, go to the 150th Anniversary section of the church’s website (look under “About”) and see a timeline with church and world events and listen to the oral histories collected by Judy Hart. The “Fireside Chats” we produced are located on the church’s YouTube channel under “History.”
The 150th Anniversary Committee: Kathy Disney, Curt Donaldson, Fritz Hudson, Judy Hart, Mary Ann Meisner, Harry Heafer, Craig Imig, Frank Edler, Mary K Stillwell
Thursdays • 6:00 - 7:30PM • 6300 A Street
Tai Chi | Offered by Jim Pratt and Reed Maly
Tai Chi (Taijiquan) classes are offered every Thursday evening. These classes are ongoing and will be in the Gallery at church. Please contact Jim Pratt at firstname.lastname@example.org or Reed Maly at email@example.com for more information.
Friday, October 22, 7:00-9:00PM, the LGBTQA Welcoming Committee is going to host Jackbox games online on Zoom. All you need is a smartphone where you enter your answers or draw pictures.
We have a lot of fun on Jackbox playing different games from Trivia Murder Party to Quiplash to Drawful (kind of like Pictionary)! The winner of the last game gets to choose the next game for the group.
Please join us online this month! We hope to meet in person the fourth friday in November.
Sunday, October 24 • 1:00 - 2:30PM • Zoom
Worthy Now Incarcerated Pen Pal Program | Offered by Arden Eli Hill
Incarceration disproportionately impacts people of Color so this work is a part of dismantling white supremacy. This course is for anyone who is curious or possibly interested in participating in the UU Worthy Now Pen Pal program which pairs incarcerated UUs with UUs on the outside. I’ll go over the history of the program, eligibility, the application process, and insights from my participation and from incarcerated folks’ perspectives in addition.
Please contact Arden at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up!
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